Here’s a few shots from the Mt. Noami/White Pine Lake trailhead, just above Tony Grove Lake in Logan Canyon, Utah on June 14, 2015. I Will return in a few weeks. I’m expecting to see an explosion of Wildflowers this year.
Naomi Peak, or Mount Naomi, is the highest peak in the Bear River Mountains of northern Utah and southern Idaho. It is located northeast of Logan, Utah, in the Mount Naomi Wilderness area of the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Several trails from the north, east, and south converge at Mount Naomi. The most traveled trail (approximately 3.3 miles (5.3 km) one way) is likely the one that starts at the Tony Grove Lake parking area just east of Naomi Peak. Elevation 9,983 ft (3,043 m) source: Wikipedia